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Festival immune from personal injury claim (access required)

Because a Virginia statute immunizes a landowner if property is occupied for “recreational use” and the plaintiff benefitted from the charitable purpose of promoting the City of Suffolk, the court found the Suffolk Peanut Festival immune from plaintiff’s injury claim. ...

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Legal malpractice claim revived (access required)

A bankruptcy attorney could face a legal malpractice suit over alleged breach of duty in a Chapter 7 case. Background Appellant Marc R. Labgold challenges the circuit court’s judgment dismissing his legal malpractice complaint against appellees Linda D. Regenhardt and ...

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Duty to protect extended to employees’ families (access required)

A woman who washed her father’s asbestos-laden clothes after he returned home after working in a shipyard may sue the shipyard for asbestos exposure. Background Plaintiff alleges that from approximately 1942 to 1977, Wanda Quisenberry’s father, Bennie Plessinger, was employed ...

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Plaintiff’s claims barred by statute of limitations (access required)

Plaintiff sued the manufacturer of a machine and the company that manufactured a solvent used in the operation of the machine, alleging her exposure to the solvent caused permanent injuries. The court held that, because the record established the plaintiff’s ...

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